PM Modi asks ministers to counter Udhayanidhi's Sanathana Dharma remarks

The PM spoke to the council of Ministers on September 6.
PM Modi
PM Modi
Written by:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 6 Wednesday asked ministers to counter Tamil Nadu Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin on his remarks on Sanatana Dharma, according to various reports. During the meeting with Council of Ministers, Prime Minister Modi asked them to react strongly on Stalin's remark, indicating that the saffron party is set to make it a national issue.

Prime Minister Modi is said to have advised them to refrain from speaking on the Bharat-India name change row. He advised all ministers to download the G-20 app ahead of the Summit that will help them to interact with the foreign delegates. In view of the Summit, the Union government has launched the app which can be accessed in all languages and will be functional till the country hosts the event.

For the G20 dinner hosted by President Droupadi Murmu on September 9, the Prime Minister advised the ministers shun VIP culture, assemble at Parliament and then reach the venue by bus. The ministers were also given a presentation on the Summit.

Related Stories

No stories found.
The News Minute